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Illegal, Immoral, or Inappropriate Questions?

Eli Apple, highly touted Defensive Back of the Ohio State Buckeyes, and top NFL draft prospect was allegedly asked in an interview about his sexual preferences / orientation — a clear legal violation and inappropriate question in the interview hiring process. While both illegal and inappropriate, the question over Apple’s sthexual orientation is not immoral; i.e., it is NOT a query violating moral  conscience nor a matter of ethical debate.  It is important to understand this distinction:  The act is against the law AND a hiring policy violation; but it is not an instance of transgressing a company’s ethical boundaries, despite one’s personal preferences on the matter.

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Summer Plans

The Monday Morning Business Ethicist has been and will continue  to take a break from the Blog this summer as he rehabilitates from his hemorrhagic stroke in October ’12 and prepares to teach an online business ethics course at St. Ambrose University in Fall 2015.

Will be back to the Blog in short time!

AJC

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The “Origins” of Free Enterprise

Bill Nye, “The Science Guy”

 

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